WIAC All-Time Teams

Softball (announced 3/21/12)

  • Heidi Bergstrom
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    • Hometown: Austin, Minn.
    • Years: 1997-2000
    • 4x First Team All-Conference; 2x All-American (2nd Team-2000, 3rd Team-1999); Teams she competed on won three conference titles (97, 98, 00) and three WIAC Tournament titles (97, 98, 00)
  • Casey Leisgang
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    • Hometown: Seymour, Wis.
    • Years: 2005-08
    • 4x First Team All-Conference; 2006 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (2nd Team-2008); Teams she competed on won two conference titles (05, 06) and two WIAC Tournament titles (05, 06); Team she competed on won 2008 national title
  • Mallory McKinney
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    • Hometown: Brooklyn Park, Minn./Champlin Park
    • Years: 2004-07
    • 3x First Team All-Conference; 2004 & 2006 Conference Pitcher of the Year; 2x All-American (2nd Team-2004 & 2006); Teams she competed on won three conference titles (04, 05, 06) and two WIAC Tournament titles (05, 06)
  • Jill Schoenike
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    • Hometown: McFarland, Wis.
    • Years: 1996-99
    • 4x First Team All-Conference; 1997 & 1999 Conference Player of the Year; 2x All-American (1st Team-1999, 3rd Team-1997); Teams she competed on won two conference titles (97, 98) and two WIAC Tournament titles (97, 98); Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Lisa Schueler
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    • Hometown: Watertown, Wis.
    • Years: 1997-2000
    • 3x First Team All-Conference; 2000 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (3rd Team-2000); Teams she competed on won three conference titles (97, 98, 00) and three WIAC Tournament titles (97, 98, 00)
  • Coach - Leslie Huntington
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    • Years: 2002-present
    • Has won three WIAC regular-season titles (2004, 2005, 2006) and two WIAC tournament titles (2006, 2007)
    • Has directed team to 2008 NCAA Div. III national championship while 2007 team finished third at nationals, and five NCAA Div. III championship appearances (2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011)
    • 2008 National Fastpitch Coaches Association Coaching Staff of the Year
    • Two-time NFCA Great Lakes Region Coaching Staff of the Year (2006, 2007)
    • Three-time WIAC Coach of the Year (2004, 2005, 2006)
    • Has compiled an overall record of 283-149 (.655 winning percentage) (through 2011 season)
      • most wins in school history and fourth-highest win total in WIAC history
      • ranks 37th on the NCAA Div. III active coaches winning percentage list (.655)
      • ranks 46th on the NCAA Div. III all-time coaches winning percentage list (.655)

Women's Track & Field (announced 3/14/12)

  • Liz Kooistra
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    • Hometown: Lakeville, Minn.
    • Years: 2006-09
    • 5x Individual Conference Champion (Indoor - 200 (09), 400 (08, 09); Outdoor - 400 (08, 09)); 7x Individual All-American (Indoor - 400 (2nd-07, 08), (3rd-09); Outdoor - 400 (1st-09), 200 (4th-09), 400 (4th-08), 400 (4th-06)); 2009 CoSIDA 1st Team Academic All-American
  • Arlene Meinholz
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    • Hometown: DeForest, Wis.
    • Years: 1992-96
    • 5x Individual Conference Champion (Indoor - High Jump (96), Pentathlon (96); Outdoor - High Jump (92, 94, 95)); 5x Individual All-American (Indoor - High Jump (1st-96); Outdoor - High Jump (1st-95), (8th-93), (T-6th-94)); 1996 CoSIDA 2nd Team Academic All-American; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Jen Stafslien
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    • Hometown: Onalaska, Wis./West Salem
    • Years: UW-Eau Claire: 2003-05 & UW-La Crosse: 2002
    • 7x Individual Conference Champion (Indoor - 55 Hurdles (04, 05), Long Jump (04, 05); Outdoor - 100 Hurdles (03, 04, 05)); 11x Individual All-American (Indoor - Long Jump (3rd-04), 55 Hurdles (4th-04), 55 Hurdles (4th-05), Long Jump (7th-05), Triple Jump (7th-05); Outdoor - 100 Hurdles (8th-03, 3rd-04, 5th-05), Long Jump (3rd-04, 7th-05, 2nd-05))

Men's Track & Field (announced 3/14/12)

  • Eric Burrell
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    • Hometown: Chicago, Ill./Hugh Manley
    • Years: 1987-90
    • 7x Individual Conference Champion (Indoor - 55 (89, 90), 300 (89, 90); Outdoor - 100 (88), 200 (88), 400 (90)); 5x Individual All-American (Indoor - 55 (6th-89, 90), 60 (5th-88); Outdoor - 100 (6th-89), 400 (1st-90)); Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Jase Graber
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    • Hometown: Gunnison, Colo.
    • Years: 1992-96
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion (Indoor - High Jump (93, 94), Pentathlon (96); Outdoor - Decathlon (96)); 6x Individual All-American (Indoor - High Jump (2nd-92, 93) (5th-94); Outdoor - High Jump (1st-93) (3rd-92, 96))
  • Dan Kelner
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    • Hometown: Mounds View, Minn.
    • Years: UW-Eau Claire: 1990-91 & UW-Superior: 1987-89
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion (Outdoor - 100 (90, 91), 200 (90, 91)); 2x Individual All-American (Outdoor - 200 (1st-90) (5th-91)); Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Jason Slaikeu
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    • Hometown: Cushing, Wis./Grantsburg
    • Years: 1994-98
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion (Indoor - High Jump (96); Outdoor - High Jump (95, 96, 98)); 5x Individual All-American (Indoor - High Jump (1st-96); Outdoor - High Jump (1st-96) (2nd-97) (4th-98) (T-6th-95)); 1996 CoSIDA 1st Team Academic All-American, 1997 & 1998 CoSIDA 2nd Team All-American

Men's Basketball (announced 2/29/12)

  • Tony Carr
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    • Hometown: Beloit, Wis./Memorial
    • Years: 1979-82
    • 3x All-Conference (1st team - 1980, 81, 82); 1982 Conference Player of the Year; 2x All-American (NAIA 1st team (82), 2nd team (81)); Teams he played on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Gib Hinz
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    • Hometown: Winneconne, Wis.
    • Years: 1977-80
    • 3x All-Conference (1st team - 1978, 79, 80); 2x Conference Player of the Year (79, 80); 2x All-American (NAIA 1st team (80), 2nd team (79)); Teams he played on won three conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Mike Ratliff
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    • Hometown: Racine, Wis./Horlick
    • Years: 1969-72
    • 4x All-Conference (1st team - 1970, 71, 72; HM - 69); 3x Conference Player of the Year (70, 71, 72); 2x All-American (NAIA 1st team (72), 2nd team (71)); Teams he played on won three conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Frank Schade
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    • Hometown: Wausau, Wis.
    • Years: 1970-72
    • 3x All-Conference (1st team - 1970, 71, 72); 1972 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (NAIA 1st team (72)); Teams he played on won three conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Chester Smith
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    • Hometown: Dallas, Texas/Wilmer Hutchins
    • Years: 1984-85
    • 2x All-Conference (1st team - 1984, 85); 2x All-American (NAIA 1st team (84), 2nd team (85))
  • Coach - Ken Anderson
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    • Years: 1969-95
    • Won 14 WSUC regular-season titles (1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1987, 1989, 1991)
    • Won 14 NAIA District 14 (1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991)
    • Directed team to NAIA national runner-up finishes in 1972 and 1990 and 15 NAIA
    • Led team to 15 championship appearances (1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992)
    • Two-time WSUC Coach of the Year (1987, 1991) (conference didn't give out award until his final 14 years)
    • Three-time NAIA Coach of the Year (1972, 1980, 1981)
    • Member of the 1988 ABAUSA Games Committee that selected the U.S. Olympic Team
    • United States Head Coach - 1979 World University Games in Mexico City (Gold Medal)
    • Midwest Head Coach - 1978 National Sports Festival in Colorado Springs
    • Compiled an overall record of 631-152 (.806 winning percentage)...most wins in school and WIAC history
    • 1986 inductee into Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association Hall of Fame
    • Court in Zorn Arena is named after Anderson
    • Blugold Hall of Fame

Women's Basketball (announced 2/29/12)

  • Jayme Anderson
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    • Hometown: Janesville, Wis./Parker
    • Years: 1999-2000
    • 2x All-Conference (1st team - 1999, 2000); 2000 Conference Player of the Year; 2x All-American (1999, 2000); 2000 team she played on won conference title
  • Kristi Channing
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    • Hometown: Fall Creek, Wis.
    • Years: 2000-03
    • 2x All-Conference (1st team - 2002, 03); 2003 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (2003); Teams she played on won three conference titles
  • Sue Christiansen
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    • Hometown: Shoreview, Minn./Mounds View
    • Years: 1987-90
    • 4x All-Conference (1st team - 1987, 88, 89, 90); 1990 team she played on won conference title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Arlene Meinholz
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    • Hometown: DeForest, Wis.
    • Years: 1992-95
    • 4x All-Conference (1st team - 1993, 94, 95; HM - 92); 1995 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (1995); 3rd team CoSIDA Academic All-American; Teams she played on won two conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Kay Mikolajczak
    • Hometown: Franklin, Wis.
    • Years: 2001
    • Played in four games for the Blugolds in 2000-01, then transferred to UW-Oshkosh to play final three years (2002-04)
  • Erika Schmidt
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    • Hometown: Marshfield, Wis./Columbus
    • Years: 1994-97
    • 3x All-Conference (1st team - 1995, 96, 97); 1997 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (1997); Teams she played on won two conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Coach - Lisa Stone
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    • Years: 1989-2000
    • Won six WWIAC/WIAC regular-season titles (1990, 1992, 1993, 1995, 1997, 2000)
    • Won one WIAC tournament title (2000)
    • Directed team to NCAA Division III runner-up finish in 1997, third place finish in 1994
    • Led team to 11 NCAA Division III Championship appearances (1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000)
    • 1997 Women's Basketball Coaches Association NCAA Division III Coach of the Year
    • 1997 Women's Basketball Coaches Association NCAA Division III Region 7 Coach of the Year
    • 1992 Women's Basketball Coaches Association NCAA Division III District Six Coach of the Year
    • Five-time WWIAC/WIAC Coach of the Year (1989, 1990, 1992, 1995, 2000)
    • Compiled an overall record of 277-59 (.824 winning percentage)...Fourth highest win total in WIAC history
    • Blugold Hall of Fame

Women's Swimming & Diving (announced 2/22/12)

  • Kari Albers
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    • Hometown: Northfield, Minn.
    • Years: 1990-93
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion in One (1991, 92) and Three-meter Dives (1992, 93); Teams she competed on won four conference titles
  • Traci Bergo
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    • Hometown: Albert Lea, Minn.
    • Years: 1983-85, 1987
    • 10x Individual Conference Champion (100 back (85, 87), 200 back (85, 87), 100 IM (83), 200 IM (84, 85, 87), 400 IM (85, 87)); 1x National Champion (1987, 800 FR); Teams she competed on won four conference titles and two national titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Janice Buron
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    • Hometown: Fontana, Wis./Hinsdale Central
    • Years: 1987-89
    • 5x Individual Conference Champion (200 free (87), 500 free (87), 100 fly (87), 200 fly (87, 88)); 1x National Champion (1987, 800 FR); Teams she competed on won three conference titles and two national titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Brenda Dahl
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    • Hometown: Eau Claire, Wis./North
    • Years: 1983-84
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion (100 back (83, 84), 200 back (83, 84)); 2x National Chmapion (200 back (83), 100 back (84)); Teams she competed on won two conference titles and one national title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Nicole Dorvinen
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    • Hometown: Green Bay, Wis./Bay Port
    • Years: 2009-12
    • 9x Individual Conference Champion (500 (10, 11), 200 fly (10, 11, 12), 400 IM (10, 11, 12), 1650 free (12))
  • Ellen Holterman
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    • Hometown: Franklin, Wis.
    • Years: 1983-86
    • 2x National Champion (1-meter (86), 3-meter (86)); Teams she competed on won four conference titles and one national title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Kim Hubbard
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    • Hometown: Green Bay, Wis./East
    • Years: 1986-89
    • 2x Individual Conference Champion (1-meter (89), 3-meter (88)); 3x National Champion (1-meter (88, 89), 3-meter (88)); Teams she competed on won four conference titles and one national title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Laura Ladwig
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    • Hometown: Racine, Wis./Horlick
    • Years: 1980-83
    • 11x Individual Conference Champion (100 free (83), 200 free (81, 82, 83), 500 (81, 82, 83), 1650 (80, 81, 82, 83)); 1x National Champion (1981, 200 free); Teams she competed on won four conference titles and one national title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Amy Meisner
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    • Hometown: Roseville, Minn.
    • Years: 1987-90
    • 3x Individual Conference Champion (100 back (89, 90), 200 back (88)); Teams she competed on won four conference titles and two national titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Anne Moser
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    • Hometown: Deephaven, Minn./Minnetonka
    • Years: 1980
    • 3x Individual Conference Champion (50 br (80), 100 br (80), 200 br (80)); 4x National Champion (100 br (80), 200 br (80), 200 MR (80), 400 MR (80)); 1980 team she competed on won conference title
  • Sara Mulatz
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    • Hometown: Regina, Saskatchewan/LeBoldus
    • Years: 1993-96
    • 6x Individual Conference Champion in One and Three-meter Dives (1994, 95, 96); 1x National Champion (One-Meter, 1995); Teams she competed on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Kersti Nelson
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    • Hometown: Fergus Falls, Minn.
    • Years: 1987-90
    • 9x Individual Conference Champion (200 free (87), 500 free (90), 1650 (87, 88, 89, 90), 200 IM (89), 400 IM (88, 90)); 1x National Champion (1987, 800 FR); Teams she competed on won four conference titles and two national titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Tanya Nord
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    • Hometown: Inver Grove Heights, Minn.
    • Years: 1989-92
    • 5x Individual Conference Champion (200 free (91, 92), 500 free (91, 92), 1650 free (91)); Teams she competed on won four conference titles
  • Lisa Roettger
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    • Hometown: Stillwater, Minn.
    • Years: 1980-83
    • 2x Conference Champion (1-meter (80), 3-meter (83)); 2x National Champion (1-meter (82), 3-meter (83)); Teams she competed on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Sara Shimanski
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    • Hometown: Hutchinson, Minn.
    • Years: 1994-97
    • 9x Individual Conference Champion (100 free (94, 95, 96, 97), 50 free (97, 99), 200 free (94, 95, 96)); Teams she competed on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Sara Smith
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    • Hometown: Madison, Wis./West
    • Years: 1984-87
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion in One and Three-Meter Dives (1986, 87); 4x National Champion (1985, One-Meter; 1984, 85, 87, Three-Meter); Teams she competed on won four conference titles and one national title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Coach - Tom Prior
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    • Years: 1979-99
    • Won 19 Conference Titles
    • Conference Coach of the Year (1999)
    • NAIA Coach of the Year (1976, 87)
    • NAIA Hall of Fame (1993)
    • NAIA Champion (1983, 87, 88)
    • 14 Top-Five NAIA Finishes
    • Coached 102 All-Americans
    • Coached 35 men's and women's national champions
    • Blugold Hall of Fame
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Men's Swimming & Diving (announced 2/22/12)

  • Pat Anderson
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    • Hometown: Minneapolis, Minn./Patrick Henry
    • Years: 1986-89
    • 5x Individual Conference Champion (100 free (88), 100 fly (88, 89), 200 IM (88, 89)); 1x National Champion (200 IM (89)); Teams he competed on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Jim Brennan
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    • Hometown: Niles, Ill./Notre Dame
    • Years: 1978-81
    • 7x Individual Conference Champion (1-meter (79, 80, 81), 3-meter (78, 79, 80, 81)); Teams he competed on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Mark Green
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    • Hometown: Green Bay, Wis./Abbot Pennings
    • Years: 1980-82
    • 6x Individual Conference Champion (200 IM (80, 81), 400 IM (81, 82), 500 free (82), 1650 free (82)); Teams he competed on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Jim Harmon
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    • Hometown: Racine, Wis./Case
    • Years: 1977-79
    • 5x Individual Conference Champion (50 free (78, 79), 100 free (78, 79), 200 free (79)); 4x National Champion (50 free (78, 79), 100 free (78, 79)); Teams he competed on won two conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Steve Hollman
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    • Hometown: Muskego, Wis.
    • Years: 1984-87
    • 9x Individual Conference Champion (200 free (84, 85, 86, 87), 200 IM (84, 85, 86), 400 IM (85, 86)); Teams he competed on won four conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • John Karpe
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    • Hometown: Coon Rapids, Minn.
    • Years: 1996-99
    • 7x Individual Conference Champion (1-meter (96, 97, 98, 99), 3-meter (97, 98, 99)); 3x National Champion (1M (97), 3M (98, 99)); Teams he competed on won two conference titles
  • Tom Loftus
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    • Hometown: Madison, Wis./La Follette
    • Years: 1971-74
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion (1-Meter (73, 74), 3-Meter (72, 74)); 2x National Champion (1M (74), 3M (74)); Teams he competed on won three conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Matt Ninneman
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    • Hometown: Madison, Wis./West
    • Years: 1995
    • 1x Individual Conference Champion (1-Meter (95)); 1x National Champion (1-Meter (95)); 1995 team he competed on won conference title
  • Matt Oglesby
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    • Hometown: Lake Geneva, Wis./Big Foot Union
    • Years: 1999-2002
    • 8x Individual Conference Champion (100 fly (99, 00, 01), 200 fly (99, 01), 100 back (01, 02), 200 IM (02)); 1x National Champion (100 back (02)); 1999 team he competed on won conference title
  • Wes Sinclair
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    • Hometown: De Pere, Wis./West
    • Years: 1989-91
    • 1x Individual Conference Champion (100 breast (89)); 2x National Champion (100 Br (90), 200 Br (90)); Teams he competed on won three conference titles
  • Bill Underwood
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    • Hometown: St. Cloud, Minn./Tech
    • Years: 1990-93
    • 5x Individual Conference Champion (200 free (90, 91), 500 free (92, 93), 1650 free (90)); Teams he competed on won four conference titles
  • Jeff Voelz
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    • Hometown: Wauwatosa, Wis./East
    • Years: 1973-74
    • 4x Individual Conference Champion (100 br (73, 74), 200 br (73, 74)); 1x National Champion (100 br (74)); Teams he competed on won two conference titles
  • Jeff Weber
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    • Hometown: Hales Corners, Wis./Whitnall
    • Years: 1979-82
    • 1x Individual Conference Champion (1-meter (82)); 2x National Champion (3M (81, 84)); Teams he competed on won four conference titles
  • Eric Winter
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    • Hometown: St. Cloud, Minn./Tech
    • Years: 1992-95
    • 8x Individual Conference Champion (100 fly (92, 93, 94, 95), 200 back (92), 200 breast (94), 200 IM (93, 94)); Teams he competed on won four conference titles
  • Coach - Tom Prior
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    • Years: 1970-99
    • Won 25 Conference Titles
    • Conference Coach of the Year (1994, 99)
    • NAIA Coach of the Year (1976, 87)
    • NAIA Hall of Fame (1993)
    • NAIA Runner-Up (1978, 179, 88)
    • 15 Top-Five NAIA Finishes
    • Coached 140 All-Americans
    • Coached 35 men's and women's national champions
    • Blugold Hall of Fame
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Wrestling (announced 2/15/12)

  • Derek Sikora
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    • Hometown: Neillsville, Wis.
    • Years: 2003-06
    • Competed at 165 Pounds - 2x WIAC Champion (2004, 2005); WIAC Runner-Up (2003, 2005); 3x NCAA All-American (National Champion, 2006; 5th place, 2005; 3rd place, 2004)
  • Davey Starks
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    • Hometown: Stoughton, Wis.
    • Years: 2000-03
    • Competed at 125 Pounds - 4x WIAC Champion (2000, 01, 02, 03); 1x NCAA All-American (7th place, 2002)

Men's Gymnastics (announced 2/8/12)

  • Brad Ruhland
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    • Hometown: Waukesha, Wis.
    • Years: 1971-72
    • 2nd in All-Around in 1972; 2x All-American (All-Around & Pommel Horse) in 1972; Transferred to UW-La Crosse for 1973 & 1974 Seasons

Men's Hockey (announced 2/1/12)

  • Alex Hicks
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    • Hometown: Calgary, Alberta
    • Years: 1989-92
    • 4x All-Conference (1989 - 2nd team; 1990, 1991, 1992 - 1st team); AHCA All-American (1990, 1991, 1992 - 1st team); UWEC's all-time leading scorer (249 pts); Blugold Hall of Fame; Played seven years in NHL

Football (announced 12/21/11)

  • Wil Beech
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    • Hometown: Milwaukee, WI/Pius
    • Years: 1984-87
    • 1x All-Conference (1987); 2x All-American (1987, 1st team NAIA; 1986, 2nd team NAIA)
  • Mike March
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    • Hometown: Antigo, WI
    • Years: 1979-82
    • 2x All-Conference (1981, 82); 2x All-American (1981, 1st team NAIA; 1982, 2nd team NAIA); Team won 1981 Conference title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Darrell Souhrada
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    • Hometown: Riceville, IA
    • Years: 1998-2001
    • 3x All-Conference (1999, 2000, 01); 2001 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (2000, 2nd team USA II); Team won 1998 and 2001 Conference titles
  • Jim Van Gorden
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    • Hometown: Eau Claire, WI/Memorial
    • Years: 1961-64
    • 3x All-Conference; 1x All-American (1964, 1st team NAIA); Team won 1963 and 1964 Conference titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Roger Vann
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    • Hometown: South Bend, IN/La Salle
    • Years: 1978-81
    • 2x All-Conference (1980, 81); 1981 Conference Player of the Year; 1x All-American (1981, 1st team NAIA); Team won 1981 Conference title; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Lee Weigel
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    • Hometown: Marshfield, WI
    • Years: 1982-85
    • 3x All-Conference (1983, 84, 85); 2x All-American (1984 & 85, 1st team NAIA); Team won 1983 Conference title; Blugold Hall of Fame

Women's Cross Country (announced 12/7/11)

  • Deanna Marchello
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    • Hometown: Fond du Lac, WI/St. Mary's Springs
    • Years: 1981-83
    • 3x All-American (1981, 82, 83); Team was runner-up at nationals in 1982; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Katie Somers
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    • Hometown: Germantown, WI/Washington
    • Years: 1981-84
    • 1x All-Conference (1984, 1st team); 1x All-American (1984, 1st team); 1984 NAIA Individual Champion; Teams won conference in 1984 and 1985, and nationals in 1984; Blugold Hall of Fame

Men's Cross Country (announced 12/7/11)

  • Dan Stack
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    • Hometown: Superior, WI
    • Years: 1978-81
    • 2x Conference Champion (1980, 81); 1x All-American (1980); Team won conference title in 1980; Blugold Hall of Fame

Women's Tennis (announced 11/30/11)

  • Molly Cope
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    • Hometown: Golden Valley, MN/Hopkins
    • Years: 1998-2001
    • 4x No. 1 Singles WIAC Champion; 1x No. 1 Doubles WIAC Champion; ITA All-American (2001, 2nd team); Team won four WIAC titles
  • Kady Hickman
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    • Hometown: Shoreview, MN/Mounds View
    • Years: 1994-97
    • 2x No. 1 Singles WIAC Champion, 1x No. 2 Singles WIAC Champion; 2x No. 1 Doubles WIAC Champion; Team won four WIAC titles; Blugold Hall of Fame
  • Alison Hover
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    • Hometown: St. Cloud, MN/Tech
    • Years: 2000-03
    • 2x No. 1 Singles WIAC Champion, 2x No. 3 Singles WIAC Champion; 1x No. 1 Doubles WIAC Champion, 1x No. 3 Doubles WIAC Champion; Team won four WIAC titles; CoSIDA Academic All-American (2003, 1st team at-large)
  • Coralie Lockner
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    • Hometown: Minneapolis, MN/Southwest
    • Years: 1997-2000
    • 1x No. 1 Singles WIAC Champion, 2x No. 2 Singles WIAC Champion; 2x No. 1 Doubles WIAC Champion; Team won four WIAC titles

Women's Golf (announced 11/22/11)

  • Maggie Loney
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    • Hometown: River Falls, WI/River Falls
    • Years: 2003-06
    • 4x All-Conference; 2x Conference Player of the Year (04, 05); 2x Conference Medalist (04, 05); 3x All-American (04, HM; 05, 1st team; 06, 1st); 2004 & 05 teams won conference titles; NCAA nationals finishes (6th in 03, 5th in 04, tie 3rd in 05, 5th in 06); Individual finishes at nationals - 15th in 03, tie 7th in 04, 4th in 05, 20th in 06
  • Katie Maurer
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    • Hometown: Forest Lake, MN/Convent of the Visitation
    • Years: 2009-11
    • 3x All-Confernece (1st team in fall 2008 and 09; 2nd team in 10); 2x Conference Medalist (2008 & 2009); 1x All-American (1st team, 2010); 2009 & 2010 teams won conference titles; NCAA nationals finishes (3rd in 10, 6th in 09, tie 10th in 11); Individual finishes at nationals - 20th in 2010
  • Jennifer Prock
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    • Hometown: Eau Claire, WI/Memorial
    • Years: 2001-04
    • 4x All-Conference (1st team in 2000, 01, 02; 2nd team in 03); 1x Conference Player of the Year (2002); 1x All-American (03, HM); 2001 team won conference title; NCAA nationals finishes (9th in 01, 7th in 02, 6th in 03, 5th in 04); Individual finishes at nationals - tied 3rd in 03
  • Meghan Sobotta
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    • Hometown: Arcadia, WI/Arcadia
    • Years: 2005-08
    • 4x All-Conference; 1x Conference Medalist (2007); 3x All-American (06, 2nd team; 07 & 08, 1st team); 2004, 05, 06 teams won conference titles; NCAA nationals finishes (tie 3rd in 05, 5th in 06, 7th in 07, 13th in 08); Individual finishes at nationals - 4th in 08
  • Jessica Thompson
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    • Hometown: Plover, WI/SPASH
    • Years: 2004-07
    • 3x All-Conference; 1x All-American (07, HM); 2004, 05, 06 teams won conference titles; NCAA nationals finishes (5th in 04, tie 3rd in 05, 5th in 06, 7th in 07); Individual finishes at nationals - 11th in 06
  • Catherine Wagner
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    • Hometown: Austin, MN
    • Years: 2010-13
    • 3x All-Conference; 2012 NCAA Division III Individual National Champion; 2x All-American (10 & 12, 1st team); 2010 NCAA Division III Freshman of the Year; 2009, 10, 11 teams won conference titles; NCAA nationals finishes (3rd in 10, tie 10th in 11, 3rd in 12); Individual finishes at nationals - tie 14th in 10, tie 9th in 11, 1st in 12
  • Coach - John Means
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    • Years: 2006-11
    • Directed team to NCAA Championship each season NCAA Championship Finishes (Third-2010; Fifth-2006; Sixth-2009; Seventh-2007; 13th-2008)
    • Won two WIAC titles (2006, 2009)
    • Coached four players to five WIAC individual titles
    • WIAC Coach of the Year (2008)

Men's Golf (announced 11/22/11)

  • Mark Christensen
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    • Hometown: Elk River, MN/Elk River
    • Years: 2002-03
    • 2x All-American (03, 2nd team; 02, 3rd team); 2002 team finished 4th at nationals, 10th in 03
  • Josh Dirks
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    • Hometown: Onalaska, WI/Onalaska
    • Years: 1997-2000
    • 2x All-American (99, 2nd team; 98, 3rd team); Teams finished 4th at nationals in 1999, 5th in 2000)
  • Jeff Kuehl
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    • Hometown: Gillett, WI/Gillett
    • Years: 1979-82
    • 3x All-Conference (79, 80, 81); 2x Conference Medalist (79, 81)
  • Ryan Quinn
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    • Hometown: Galesville, WI/G-E-T
    • Years: 2000-01, 2003
    • 2x All-American (00, 1st team; 01, 2nd team); 2001 team won national title, 4th in 99, 5th in 2000, 4th in 02
  • Todd Samarzia
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    • Hometown: Stillwater, MN/Stillwater
    • Years: 1998-2001
    • 2x All-American (00, 2nd team; 01, 3rd team); 2001 team won national title, 4th in 99, 5th in 2000
  • Coach - Frank Wrigglesworth
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    • Years: 1976-97
    • Directed team to a national finish 10 years (28th-1977; 20th-1980; 12th-1983; 11th-1984; 10th-1985; 26th-1986; 30th-1987; 11th-1992; 14th-1993; 13th-1994)
    • Won eight WSUC titles (1976, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1990, 1992)
    • Won nine District titles (1977, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1992, 1993)
    • Coached five players to six WSUC individual titles
    • WSUC Coach of the Year (1986, 1990, 1992)
    • WSUC did not sponsor men's golf as a conference sport during his final four seasons as head coach and 1993-94 was last year of NAIA affiliation then moved to NCAA in 1994-95

Women's Soccer (announced 11/9/11)

  • Kari Blasczyk
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    • Hometown: Appleton, WI/East
    • Years: 1997-2000
    • 3x All-Conference (98, 99, 00); 1x All-American (00, 3rd team); 1x Academic All-American (01, 3rd team)
  • Liz Kooistra
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    • Hometown: Lakeville, MN/Lakeville
    • Years: 2005-08
    • 4x All-Conference (05, 06, 07, 08); Conference Player of the Year (08); 1x All-American (08, 2nd team); Teams were conference champs three times (05, 06, 07)
  • Allie Rivard
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    • Hometown: Plymouth, MN/Wayzata
    • Years: 2005-08
    • 3x All-Conference (06, 07, 08); Teams were conference champs three times (05, 06, 07)
  • Allison Smith
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    • Hometown: Bloomington, MN/Jefferson
    • Years: 2005-08
    • 4x All-Conference (05, 06, 07, 08); Teams were conference champs three times (05, 06, 07)
  • Anna Talbot
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    • Hometown: Apple Valley, MN/Eastview
    • Years: 2004-07
    • 1x All-Conference (07); 1x All-American (07, 3rd team); Teams were conference champs three times (05, 06, 07)
  • Becky Westbrock
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    • Hometown: Oakdale, MN/N. St. Paul
    • Years: 2003-06
    • 3x All-Conference (04, 05, 06); Conference Player of the Year (07); 1x All-American (06, 3rd team); Teams were conference champs twice (05, 06)

Women's Volleyball (announced 11/2/11)

  • Kristi Griggs
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    • Hometown: West Allis, WI/Central
    • Years: 1985-88
    • 3x All-Conference (86, 87, 88); 2x All-American (87, 2nd team; 88, 1st team); Team was conference champ (87); Blugold Hall of Fame